The latest from our team is about pets and St. Patrick’s day. Please share!
Are you on board with the move to change the term “veterinary technician” to “veterinary nurse”? The initiative promoted by the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) got a boost recently when the College of Veterinary Medicine at Purdue University decided to join the CVM at Michigan State … Continue reading Veterinary Nurse Initiative gains steam as Purdue CVM gets on board
As interest in choosing the best pet health insurance has grown, the number of competitors and the range of offerings has, too. While I’m happy that so many more pets have access to life-saving coverage, I’m even happier that the first U.S. provider of PHI is still considered to be … Continue reading Nationwide chosen best pet health insurance by Whole Dog Journal
Most all veterinarians in clinical practice have written health certificates for animals to fly, and have explained why sedatives aren’t a good idea. But can we do more to make flying safer for pets on planes, especially those flying in the hold? The answer is yes. I love having print-outs … Continue reading When it comes to pets on planes, fly the friendlier skies
We have another good infographic for sharing with clients. You can find this one and others as downloadable PDFs in our digital media kit. It’s FREE!
I’m at the VetPartner‘s meeting in advance of VMX (formerly the NAVC conference), but thanks to the “miracle” of scheduling, I am happy to present our first featured veterinary student of the year: Washington State’s Hannah French. She was chosen by Dr. Kristen Britton, one of our Nationwide Field Veterinarians, … Continue reading Three questions for … Washington State’s Hannah French